US advances in World Cup - Pulisic day-to-day after injury -
Seattle Kraken win in OT in 17-goal game - Woods calls for LIV Golf boss Norman
to stand down - Mavericks Doncic's 41-point triple-double
US advances in World Cup
The US defeated Iran on Tuesday 1-0, advancing to the round of 16 in the World Cup. Superstar Christian Pulisic, 24, knocked in the winning goal at 38 minutes and was injured in the process.
On Saturday, Team USA will face the Netherlands in a matchup where they will be the sizable underdog, Fox Sports reported.
USMNT Christian Pulisic day-to-day after pelvic injury
Christian Pulisic, star player of the US men's national team at the World Cup, was injured while scoring the only goal of the match in the USA victory against Iran on Tuesday. Pulisic collided with Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand and stayed down in the goal, unable to celebrate, Yahoo Sports reported.
Pulisic was taken to the hospital where he was diagnosed with a "pelvic contusion" and is considered "day-to-day" ahead of Saturday's match with the Netherlands.
Seattle Kraken win in OT in 17-goal game
The NHL saw its highest-scoring game this season on Tuesday night with a combined 17 goals. The Seattle Kraken defeated the Los Angeles Kings 9-8 in overtime. Andre Burakovsky had two goals, including the game-winner on a power play at 2:08 of the extra session. Seattle is enjoying its first six-game winning streak in franchise history, ESPN reported.
Tiger Woods calls for LIV Golf boss Greg Norman to stand down
Tiger Woods is calling on Greg Norman, the CEO of the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series, to stand down amid a rift with the PGA Tour, telling reporters ahead of the tee off of his Hero World Challenge event in New Providence, Bahamas, that Norman "has to go."
Woods said that the PGA Tour and the LIV Golf series cannot coexist as things currently stand due to Norman's attitude, CNN reported.
"Not right now, not with their leadership, not with Greg there and his animosity towards the Tour itself," Woods said. "I don’t see that happening."
Mavericks Doncic's 41-point triple-double
Dallas Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic had a 41-point, 12-rebound, 12-assist performance in Tuesday's 116-113 win over the Golden State Warriors. Doncic is the only player in the NBA so far this season to achieve a 40-point triple-double, and he's done it three times, ESPN reported. Doncic is currently the NBA's leading scorer.